Then Came Bronson
He toiled for years in the second-tier of movie casts. Then along came "Death Wish", and Charles Bronson muscled into the top ranks of action stardom. (Side A) He brings iron-willed resolve to the spy thriller "Telefon", directed by "Dirty Harry's" Don Siegel. Enemy agents have slipped into the U.S, programmed to carry out acts of Cold War sabotage when they are triggered by lines of a Robert Frost poem.
New in new packaging. 1969 Run time: 98:00. A Harley Roadster, a bedroll, a lonely stretch of highway: Jim Bronson (Michael Parks) is traveling where the road and the day take him, trying to make sense of things after the suicide of his close friend. He doesn't go far along a magnificent stretch of California's coastal Big Sur before he meets Temple Brooks (Bonnie Bedelia), a runway bride just as adrift as Jim is.